Naft Officially Declares for Clark County Commission District Seat

Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft Officially Declares for Clark County Commission District A Seat

(Las Vegas, NV) Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft filed his candidacy paperwork to retain his Commission District A seat. Naft was appointed in 2019 by Governor Steve Sisolak, who vacated the District A commission seat upon his election as governor.

“It has been my honor serving as commissioner and I’m excited about the opportunity to continue improving District A,” Naft said at the Election Department. “My highest priorities include enhancing pedestrian safety, upgrading our roadways and infrastructure, streamlining access to vital county programs and strengthening public safety.”

Commissioner Naft recently founded and will Chair, the Clark County Traffic Safety Commission. And, he spearheaded the campaign to bring the “ShotSpotter” program to District A. This cutting-edge technology detects gunfire in real-time, eliminating unreported shootings. For his commitment to our first responders, Michael has earned the endorsement of both the Nevada Law Enforcement Coalition and Professional Firefighters of Nevada.

“My constituents deserve a commissioner who will protect neighborhoods, and our unique quality of life,” Naft said. “I go to work every day with that goal in mind, and I’m totally committed to improving lives and creating opportunities in District A.”

Commissioner Naft has made Clark County home for 25 years and is devoted to providing the same high level of service he has delivered throughout his public service career, which includes a seven-year stint as District Director for U.S. Congresswoman Dina Titus.

Michael Naft attended the Las Vegas Academy and graduated from UNLV.  Committed to giving back to the community, he volunteers as a Director for the Anti-Defamation League and for Temple Beth Sholom in Las Vegas. Michael and his wife, Dr. Lauren Naft, recently welcomed their first child, Alivia.